Ever wondered how to make your house smell nice when you have a dog living inside?
Bree never ceases to amaze me….
My wife bought new soap for the bathroom. Really nice orange citric smelling soap. Two days after she bought the soap, we noticed it had disappeared. My wife accused me of losing the soap and I accused the kids. All this time, Bree was a little distant and drinking a lot more water than usual. This should have been my first sign that things were not right. The weird thing was, even though the soap was missing, we could still smell the orange citric smell around the house.
Being a responsible dog owner, I always pick up Bree’s deposits, even though it is disgusting, it is my duty as a dog owner, and I accept that. In a future post, I will describe how a blind man accomplishes this feat.
A few days after the missing soap incident, Bree and I were at work and she showed signs she needed to make a hasty evacuation, so I took her outside. Standing out there for about quarter of an hour should have indicated that what she was passing was something significant. This should have been my second sign things were not right. Eventually, she finished, and I proceeded to collect her poo. What I felt, and smelled was a hard, orange citric smelling block.
She felt so much better after.
So, what did I learn?
We now have pump soap. If she drank that, she may be able to blow bubbles.